Freshman Counselor A-L
Mrs. Chase hails from Midwest City Oklahoma. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Master of Education in Adult and Higher Education at the University of Oklahoma. At the University of Central Oklahoma Mrs. Chase completed a Masters of Education in Educational Guidance and Counseling. She was an AP Social Studies teacher at Edmond North before working as a counselor in Putnam City schools and Francis Tuttle. For fun Mrs. Chase enjoys serving in Switch at LifeChurch, watching sports, and spending time with her family.
Freshman Counselor M-Z
Teranne Williams has joined Edmond North this year as a freshman counselor. With a passion for helping kids build connections to the school community, she encourages all students who are finding it difficult to connect to visit her any time. Leaving the classroom with 10 years of experience in math education, she also desires to help students who are academically struggling to develop strategies to improve their classroom performance. She is an Edmond graduate who went on to pursue her masters degree from the University of Central Oklahoma. She’s a fan of The Office, Harry Potter, and punny dad jokes.
Counselor Grades 10-12; Student last initial A-Da
Dr. Molock is now in her third year as a Counselor at North. She has extensive experience at the college/university level as an administrator and faculty member. She earned her doctorate from Teachers College-Columbia University in Higher Education Administration, has a Masters Degree in Higher Education & Student Affairs/Counseling & Counselor Education from Indiana University – Bloomington and her Bachelor’s Degree is in Human Development & Family Studies (emphasis in Adolescents) from Colorado State University. Dr. Molock has also taught Kindergarten and 3rd grade Math & Science in OKCPS. She loves spending time with her family (two of whom are ENHS graduates) and enjoys connecting with students by offering a listening ear, encouragement and sound guidance as they make decisions that impact their lives and their educational journey. Her hope is that you always feel welcomed and supported when you enter the Counseling Office.
Counselor Grades 10-12; Student last initial De-Ho
I am excited to be a part of the Edmond North High School Counseling Team. I have worked in education for 20 years, and my service in education has been a pleasant and rewarding part of my journey thus far. I enjoy working with and sharing the very important role of mentoring and guiding all of my students towards attaining and achieving their College & Career Goals, as well as, working with them to assure that they are well-balanced Emotionally, Socially, and Academically. As always, I live by my favorite quote:
“Treat other as if they are what they might be, and you will help them to become capable of being.”
Grades 10-12; Student last initial Hr-Mj
Mrs. Smelser is entering her 19th year in education and her 3rd year as a counselor at Edmond North. She has had the privilege to work with students and families as an educator in Arkansas, Iowa, Michigan, and Oklahoma. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, reading, and corralling her four-legged family members.
Counselor Grades 10-12; Student last initial Mo-Sh
Mr. Higbee is in his 15th year of education and his second year at Edmond North. Prior to North, Mr. Higbee served in schools in OKCPS, Alaska, Colorado, and Oregon. When he’s not at North, he enjoys spending time with his family, reading, and traveling.
Counselor Grades 10-12; Student last initial Si-Z
Ms. Ralson is in her 15th year of counseling at the secondary level. This is her first year with Edmond Schools. Prior to working as a school counselor, Ms. Ralson worked as an attorney, focusing on family law, with an emphasis on domestic violence. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, and playing with her dogs.